Progressive Dining is like being welcomed into a home. It's a neighborhood that you've never been to the one you currently call home sweet home. Maybe it's at an older restaurant that is producing new gems, and perhaps it's the up-and-coming neighborhood nearby you've meant to visit. We plan the menu, the bill is taken care of, and you wonder why you don’t come here more often. What do we do? We visit 3 unique restaurants in the Seattle and Bellevue area and feast on 9 delicious courses over 3 hours in groups of 8-15 where you can meet other culinary enthusiasts like yourself.
The Catch: Precise details are only provided on a need to know basis. Like a book turned into a movie, the menu acts that way for a restaurant. We like to keep you guessing.
How It Works:
Once Confirmed: 24-hours prior to your tour you will receive an email with a glimpse into the menu and the precise location and time to meet.
Need to know? Dietary restrictions, groups, specific dates, accessibility, or private events are welcome to Contact Us to ensure your experience is a success.
Keep in mind: We are a non-discriminatory food tour. We respect allergies and the innovation that vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free diets bring to the world of food. We work hard to tailor each experience to each guest and requesting at least 48 hours notice so we can customize menus.
Meet: the neighborhoods
Pioneer Square: This on-trend culinary scene offers something for every craving and culinary desire. Pioneer Square was the birthplace of the city in Seattle. Now more than 100 years later, the historic neighborhood is bustling once again with brick buildings and a lot of the hippest restaurants and bars in the city.
West Seattle: From the relaxed beach town vibe to trendy boutiques, bars, and restaurants worth writing home about, West Seattle blends laid-back charm with its family-friendly roots. On California Avenue, go for sustainable sourced and ridiculously fresh sushi or epic fried chicken and Hawaiian-inspired cuisine. This neighborhood also has some of the city's best Italian and Spanish tapas around.
Downtown Seattle: For an authentic taste of the city, there's no better place to start than at the center of Seattle. This area is home to everything from glassy skyscrapers to historic brick buildings, modern boutiques to flagship department stores, and of course some of the country's hottest restaurants.
South Lake Union: Variety rules when it comes to dining in South Lake Union. Although South Lake Union had humble beginnings, progress was always a core tenant of the neighborhood. This neighborhood offers sustainable food for brunch, lunch, dinner - and a few fancy happy hours to boot. The multitude of new hot spot bars and trendy eateries make this busy lakeside neighborhood the next best thing to sliced bread.